Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss Czeslaw Milosz’s poem “Late Ripeness.”
Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss Czeslaw Milosz’s poems “On Prayer” and “And Yet the Books.”
I’ve never seen Evan Hansen wear a cowboy hat, but his pensive look in this picture displays the same concern he shows in his poetry for people and the tremendous, unspeakable burdens they carry on a daily basis. While the characters in these poems at times find solace, it is by no means permanent, and Hansen makes us wonder if a lifetime of momentary relief might be the best we can hope for. With that in mind, here’s to the upcoming long weekend providing us all with a little more time to relax our way into the summer.
Evan Hansen, Part 1
Evan Hansen, Part 2
Today we’re reposting the 3rd episode of Scattered Rhymes: an interview with Josh Bell.
Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss Heather McHugh’s poem “I Knew I’d Sing.”
Last week we made the exciting announcement that Ben Pease’s Scattered Rhymes podcast was making itself a home at THEthe. In anticipation of the coming podcast, we are reposting the old episodes from the Scattered Rhymes website.
Today we’re reposting the 2nd episode from Scattered Rhymes, which features an interview with Joseph Spece.
Joseph Spece, Part 1
Joseph Spece, Part 2
Note: The interview takes place at JC’s apt., so here and there you may hear mention of a picture of the Winged Victory in the living room or various trinkets on a counter in his bedroom.
We’re pleased to announce that Ben Pease’s Scattered Rhymes podcast is going to become the official podcast of THEthe!
Scattered Rhymes is a long-form interview podcast in which poets discuss and read their work. Ben Pease has been doing the podcast for several years now and has created a back log of work that THEthe will be reposting over the next month or so in anticipation of Scattered Rhymes’ next installment. From that point on, we hope to make Scattered Rhymes a monthly endeavor. The latest episode will be posted and featured on THEthe and later archived at the Scattered Rhymes website.
The first featured poet from the Scattered Rhymes podcast is Gail Mazur.
Gail Mazur Interview, Part 1
Gail Mazur Interview, Part 2
Listen to Joe Weil’s album of original poetry and music, recorded with the help of Vic Ruggiero.
Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson briefly discuss Tomas Transtromer’s poems “Street Crossing” and “Face to Face.”
We were a bit behind on posting the latest Poetry Fix. Now we’re up to date!
Episode 13: Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson briefly discuss Mary Oliver’s poem “Wild Geese.”
Episode 14: Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson briefly discuss John Keats’ poem “This Living Hand.”
Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson briefly discuss baseball haiku.
Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson briefly discuss Terrence Hayes’s poem “Talk.”
Mary Karr and Christopher Robinson discuss William Matthews’s poem “Cheap Seats.”
Poetry Fix Episode 9: Seamus Heaney’s “Digging.”
Episode 8 of Poetry Fix now available.
Episode 7 of Poetry Fix: Robert Frosts’s “Once by the Pacific.”